Seuls en Scène brings celebrated French actors and directors, as well as promising early-career artists, to Princeton University and the local community to present their work, introducing American audiences to dynamic and engaging French productions. This year we are thrilled to resume the French Theater Festival in person in collaboration with the 51st Edition of […]
The Mellon Forum is a semester-long discussion series, sponsored by the Mellon Foundation, Humanities Council, CCH, HMEI, PIIRS, PLAS, Center for Collaborative History, Department of Art + Archaeology, Department of English, and the School of Architecture. This event will be held in Betts Auditorium and on Zoom.
Authoritarianism is a recurrent trend in Latin American history since independence. As long as institutions can not be established on permanent bases, dictators keep coming surging, presently not through coup d’états, but through elections. Are we condemned to repetition? Has populism come to remain? Can we hope for democracy in the future? ABOUT OUR GUEST […]
Daniel Alexander Jones, a Belknap Short-Term Visiting Fellow in Princeton’s Humanities Council, collaborates with members of the Princeton community at the Lewis Center for the Arts to construct an altar over the course of a week-long residency. Centered around the prompt “Ask Your Questions,” the conversations, offerings, building and activation of the altar will be […]
We invite you to a conversation between Bridget Alsdorf, Professor in the Department of Art & Archaeology, Princeton University, and Thomas Crow, Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art at The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, about their recent books: Gawkers: Art and Audience in Late Nineteenth-Century France (Alsdorf, 2022); The Hidden Mod in […]